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Dermatologists and beauty editors agree: this hydrating mist is your best bet for curing dryness and irritation in a snap. Bottled from the medicinal springs of Avène, France, it’s rich in minerals that rebalance all kinds of troubled skin. It’s clinically proven to soothe the redness and stinging associated with sunburn, eczema, and other skin conditions. Use it as a morning toner or a mid-day skin refresher.
After reading the description of this product and finding out that it's meant for those with dry, irritable skin I got pretty excited. I get pretty bad razor burn, especially after using an old, dull razor. So I sprayed the product on my legs to see if it would help and it did seem to calm down the burn a little bit. I only tried this a few times, but I think with repeated use, it could start to have a major effect.4
This stuff is really great for razor burn and sunburn! It's soothing and even smells good!5
I was a little confused at receiving spray water as a sample. However I had just burned myself while at the beach so I thought it was a perfect time to try it out. I didn't really notice a difference in how my skin felt, other than the slightly refreshing sensation of misting water on myself. I would still stick to using the more trusted methods of treating irritated skin but didn't mind getting this sample.3
It was honestly just okay. I felt it was nothing special. I don't see myself using it too often. I feel it is kind of a pointless product, in my honest opinion. I rarely ever use it. Also, when I received it, I had another sample of it from ipsy. Overall, I'd still give it 3 stars. It's refreshing on hot days.4
This product makes your skin feel so refreshed and clean! I love it and will be buying the full size!5
I just don't really get the point. It's the height of summer, so sure: it's nice to have something soothing to spritz on my face, but I honestly couldn't tell the difference between this stuff and the little spray bottle of water that I filter right out of the tap. This isn't something I'd ever spend my money on.2
I didn't know what this was. I had to google it. I didn't have a bb card explaining it. It's a nice product now that I know what it's for4
Why why why why would anyone be so stupid as to pay for a fancy spray bottle for water?! This is a perfect example of science illiteracy. Water is water, no matter where it comes from. Why. The idiocy of this product exhausting hurts my brain, the first sample I've received where I immediately wanted to throw it out. Ugh. So stupid.1
It's water in a can. I do not see the value in using this type of product. I could just put fancy bottled water in a spray bottle and get the same effect without spending much money. It was refreshing but way overrated.1
This did feel good on my face and would be great for plane rides or dey winter air. I just wouldn't use it on a daily basis4